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By Joe Lewis, Meitar Moscovitz

ISBN-10: 1430219327

ISBN-13: 9781430219323

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ISBN-13: 9781430219330

Within the publication, we’re going to maneuver extra into the sensible points of working
with CSS and what it may well do. each one bankruptcy specializes in a distinct go part of CSS
development that pulls on quite a few innovations from the former half. Let’s dive right
in, starting with exploring the specifics of CSS-generated content material.

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S5 makes a great foundation for building platform-independent presentations using the XHTML and CSS that you already know. It can be found at dppl6++iauansa^*_ki+ane_+pkkho+o1+. 19 CHAPTER 1 There are other possibilities in addition to presentation slides, too. Anything that works better on screen when presented in separate parts that you incrementally expose as opposed to all at once that you scroll through could make use of the lnkfa_pekj media type. For instance, small form factor displays such as ebook readers could simulate the experience of “turning pages” with this media type while still taking advantage of interactive content and styling, which would not be possible if they used the lnejp media type, which is considered static.

Most of the time, it’s this media type people are referring to when they talk about web design. lnejp is intended for printers, or for print-to-file (that is, PDF, PostScript) output, and also shows up in the print preview dialogs of most browsers. We discuss the print media type in much greater detail in Chapter 4. d]j`dah` is intended for cell phones, PDAs, smartphones, and other devices that would normally fit in your hand or pocket. These devices generally share a set of characteristics, such as limited CPU and memory resources, constrained bandwidth, and reduced screen size, that make targeting them with their own media type handy.

The more familiar mechanism comes from HTML and is the 8hejg: element. A minimal example might look like this: 8hejgnah9opuhaodaappula9patp+_oodnab9bkk*_oo+: The nah, dnab, and pula attributes are all required. Since HTML’s 8hejg: element can pair a document with more than just a style sheet, the nah attribute, which indicates a relationship between two things, must contain the value opuhaodaap (notice it is one keyword, not two separate words) to indicate that it is being used specifically to pair a style sheet with the document in which the 8hejg: element resides.

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